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File corrupted

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File corrupted

Hello all,

I am facing a proble with a calc i have worked on for three days. Unfortunately mathcad does not open it and tells me file is corrupted.

Can any one help me please because i cant spen 3 days to do it again.

I have uploaded the file also if someone can check it for me. Thanks

Regards

Alan

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Re: File corrupted

Richard Jackson wrote:

See this thread:

http://communities.ptc.com/message/91125

You can use Stuart's recovery worksheet to get almost everything back.

Or you can use Stuart to get some of it back!

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Re: File corrupted

See this thread:

http://communities.ptc.com/message/91125

You can use Stuart's recovery worksheet to get almost everything back.

Re: File corrupted

Richard Jackson wrote:

See this thread:

http://communities.ptc.com/message/91125

You can use Stuart's recovery worksheet to get almost everything back.

Or you can use Stuart to get some of it back!

View solution in original post

Re: File corrupted - built-in??

Richard Jackson wrote:

See this thread:

http://communities.ptc.com/message/91125

You can use Stuart's recovery worksheet to get almost everything back.

I'm sure I've suggested that this is a standard feature. I vaguely remember trying to automate the process by getting a component to open the file and run it until a 'working' version was retrieved, but it didnae work for some reason I couldn't fathom. I would hope PTC should be able to do something similar, except better.

Stuart

Re: File corrupted - built-in??

Mathcad should just do it automatically when you open the file. It knows which region is corrupted, so it would be simple for it to delete that region, add a flag in the worksheet at the correct location, and then load everything else!

Re: File corrupted - built-in??

Richard Jackson wrote:

Mathcad should just do it automatically when you open the file. It knows which region is corrupted, so it would be simple for it to delete that region, add a flag in the worksheet at the correct location, and then load everything else!

Agreed.

Re: File corrupted

Thank you very much for the help. I can open it now from the attached file from stuart. this was very kind of you

regards

Re: File corrupted

Thank you veru much to all, i have managed to open it again thanks to an attached file by stuart.

regards

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